Pennywise (album)

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Studio album by Pennywise
Released October 22, 1991
Recorded 1991 at Westbeach Recorders in Hollywood, California
Genre Punk rock, melodic hardcore, skate punk
Length 31:32
Label Epitaph
Producer Pennywise
Pennywise chronology
A Word from the Wise/Wildcard
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Pennywise is the self-titled debut album by the punk band Pennywise, released on Epitaph Records on October 22, 1991.

Writing and production[edit]

Writing for the first Pennywise album began around 1989/1990. The band recorded it in 1991 at Westbeach Recorders in Hollywood, California.


Pennywise was released on October 22, 1991, and was the band's first album distributed via Epitaph Records. This self-titled debut made some impact upon its 1991 release, helping to re-establish the Southern Californian punk rock scene.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Pennywise.

No. Title Length
1. "Wouldn't It Be Nice" 2:06
2. "Rules" 1:25
3. "The Secret" 3:33
4. "Living For Today" 3:07
5. "Homeless" 2:09
6. "Open Door" 1:40
7. "Pennywise" 1:37
8. "Who's to Blame" 1:35
9. "Fun and Games" 2:32
10. "Kodiak" 1:46
11. "Side One" 2:10
12. "No Reason Why" 2:36
13. "Bro Hymn" 3:00
Total length: 31:22


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